Aug 062013
 

Dr. Linda May, assistant professor at the ECU School of Dental Medicine, teaches anatomy to dental students. Dr. May is conducting research on the connection between exercise during pregnancy and development of the baby.

To qualify to be part of the research, you must be:

- between 18 and 40 years of age

- 16 weeks pregnant or less

- 300 pounds or less

- able to be active

- willing to come in 3 times per week during your pregnancy

Dr. May and fellow researchers will be your trainers during your pregnancy. Follow the link to Dr. May’s previous research presented in the New York Times:

http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/04/13/exercising-for-two/

For more information about the study, please call or email Dr. Linda May:

252-737-7072 or Mayl@ecu.edu.

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  One Response to “Anatomy Researcher Seeks Healthy Pregnant Women for Study on Baby’s Development”

  1. I’m 24 years old and 10 weeks pregnant. I live in Greenville and would really like to be a part of thus study if possible.

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